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Old 08-03-2009, 08:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, new here. Got my new blackberry today.

It's a personal one and my company are a little funny about hooking personal ones up to the server because of security issues (don't ask).

I do have an RSA token fob which allows me to log into a web based email client (outlook exchange) and i was wondering if i can use the blackberry to push my work emails through this.

The IT dept have said they won't do it for me, so getting access to any of the companies servers is out of the question, however they are happy to turn a blind eye if i can connect myself through the RSA token fob.

Is this poss please?

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Does your company have web mail access (OWA) without a VPN?
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Not sure, to be honest i'm not really sure what a VPN is!

The way i currently log into my emails remotely is;

- Go to company website
- Enter username and RSA token code
- Opens up outlook web access
- Enter company username and password for email.

This is the only way in. Hope you can help
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just seen there is an RSA application for the blackberry - will this sort me out?
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anyone?
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